One Way Only:
This is designated as a directional trail.
Need to Know
The trail is marked with blue and red colored arrows with red being the hard trail. Both loops follow the same trail for a lot of it. The red loop is like an extension of the blue loop but with harder, more technical trail geared towards intermediate/advanced riders.
Right close from the start it gets into some raw, tight trees, sharp corners, and off-camber/sloped trail with a big steep climb. Then play on some wood bridges and more crazy climbs with more tight squeezes between trees. There are also some really good berms here too. You later then meet up with the Blue Loop
and ride that until it splits off shortly after you cross the road. Then it's some raw trail with a fast pace, some rollers, more wood bridges, and more jumps. It again joins the Blue Loop
When you ride across the road, there will be a split in the trail—take the first left, as the second left is where the trail comes out to end, and straight puts you on the trail at the very end.
Shared By: Kelvin Elrick